t. elizabeth renich

author of historical fiction

Sign(ing)s of Summer

June turned out to be a busy month with three book signings scheduled.  On June 11th I was invited to bring books to the Glenfiddich House, formerly known as Harrison Hall, in Leesburg, for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of their new Civil War Trails historical marker. 

On June 25th, I was at Second Chapter Books in Middleburg.  This was one of those instances when the shop owners had the books already in the store, waiting for me to come in and sign…  they had even pre-sold two sets of books before I got there, so that made my day.

The next afternoon, June 26th, I’d been asked out to Oatlands for the event celebrating the “200th Birthday” of the Greenhouse on the plantation grounds.  Visitors were able to take tours and enjoyed the birthday cake and balloons.  I had a chance to talk history with folks who stopped by my table and sold out of the stock I brought with me in the two hours I was there. 

And all this follows on the heels of finding out my Shadowcreek Chronicles are being sold in the Museum Book Store at Gettysburg National Battlefield, and that my publisher is in the process of converting all four books into the Kindle format, hopefully before the end of the summer.  While visiting my aunt at Bethany House, I also got to meet Julie Klassen, who recently won a Christy Award for Girl in the Gatehouse.  (Way to go, Julie! : )

What next?  Well, Jay Blevins (author of The Last Fall) and I have discussed the idea of trying to arrange a joint book signing in Loudoun County, so I’ll keep you posted on that as more details come about.

I’m very thankful for my blessings, which include the continued prayers, support, and encouragement from my readers.


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Author of the Shadowcreek Chronicles

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